Mumbai is a place where you can find the same TV stations, theaters, cinemas, malls, and even restaurants, but they are all located in different buildings.
A TV station in the old city centre was once known as the “Television Palace” and was built by the late Shivaji Maharaj.
Its original structure, a circular concrete building, was torn down and turned into a multi-storey commercial building.
The building was demolished, however, in the late 1970s.
The new building was constructed in 1980 as a TV studio complex.
The new building has a TV and radio broadcasting studio, a hotel, restaurants, and a sports arena.
Mumbai’s TV stations are located in three buildings in the city: the Central Television Station (TVCS), the Commercial Television Station and the Television Complex.
It has four channels in each building, but most of the channels are being used for different purposes.
One channel is used for daily news, and another is used to air programmes such as sports and music.
Two other channels are used for news programming, and the third is used as a home for other channels, such as television news.
As well as the television stations, there are three other commercial television channels: Tehelka, a news channel, and TV24, which is a business channel.
There are four commercial cinemas in the central city, and they also have a TV channel.
The old Central Television Palace was demolished and turned to a multi building commercial building in 1976.
After that, the building was turned into residential flats and was used as an office complex, and was later converted into a cinema.
In the late 1990s, the Central TV Station, which has a television channel and a cinema, was given a new name.
TVS was a Mumbai-based news channel that was based in the heart of the city.
It has been running in Mumbai for almost 70 years, and it has been given a renewed name by the city government.
But the TV Station was not given a television licence.
So the city had to do something.
In 2008, the government of Maharashtra gave a license to a local TV station, TVSS, and decided to change the name of the building from the Commercial television Station to the TV Complex.
The name of that building has remained unchanged ever since.
When the TV complex was converted into flats, it became the Central Station.
It is now the only commercial building on the city’s main thoroughfare, the New Mumbai Road.
The Central Station has a 24-hour news channel and three TV channels.
On Monday, December 17, a group of around 80 people including TV Station staff, a police officer, and other members of the public came to the Central Channel, located at the junction of the New and New Delhi roads, to protest against the construction of the TV complexes.
“The building is a mess.
It’s not safe for TVS,” said one person, who asked not to be named.
They were protesting about the construction project, which they said was a “slap in the face” to the city and the people of Mumbai.
Tribune News Service The TV Complex, which had a TV station at its core, is one of the oldest commercial buildings in Mumbai.
It was constructed at a cost of $2.3 million in 1975.
It had been vacant for a decade and was a place for people to meet and socialise.
Now it is being used as offices for TV stations.
The owners of the commercial building have now started selling the property to developers.
According to sources, the developers have already sold it to a firm who plans to demolish the old building and build a larger one.
Sources said the developer is seeking permission to demolise the old structure and construct a new one in the new name of TV Complex (CTV) in the hope that the old one will be preserved.
While the demolition of the old TV Complex was done without any objection from the residents of the area, the demolition will be done in a phased manner, and will be carried out by contractors with approval from the local authorities, sources said.
The area around the building is dotted with abandoned buildings.
Some of the abandoned buildings have been used for temporary accommodation, but some of them have become commercial space.